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Jan 10, 2013 6:00:00 AM

Low Flow Toilets

Should You Get a Low Flow Toilet? 

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Low flow toilets are the standard toilet used by almost every house and office in the United States. Twenty years ago, as a conservation measure, they were mandated for use in all commercial and residential homes by the federals government. Although they initially had problems with adequately disposing of the waste in the toilet, more recent models have proven to be remarkably effective.

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